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OFnCIAL PAPER OF SAN JUAN COUNTY
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY H, 1913
The masquerade ball held in the
hall here Saturday evening was well
attended and enjoyed.
Grover Flynn went to Bellinjzham
Tuesday on a business trip
Mrs. W. Bridges and daughter
Gladys spent Tuesday afternoon at
the Bntsford home. 'Mrs. E. W.
Botsford, who has been ill for some
time past, is reported to be in a
very low condition.
Joe BriffKS has moved to Rocky
bay, where be intends to make his
residence this summer.
Sam Bridges was a caller at the
French home Sunday afternoon.
"Everybody's doin' it."
A party of young neople turned
out and cleaned up the hall Sunday.
It is rumjred we may lose a res
ident before long.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bocye and
daughter of the west coast, visited
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Botsford. the latter part of the
week. Mr. Bocye returned Monday,
but Mrs. Boyce will remain until
her mother is better.
C. Cowkisky made a business trip
to Friday Harbor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lightheart
called at the Botsford home Sunday
Messrs. Orin French, Henry Ole
son and R. Bridges were callers at
the Flynn home Sunday evening.
Master James Smiley, who was
quite ill with a cold the latter part
of last week, is better now and re
turned to his school work in Friday
Harbor the first of the week.
Mrs. Fred Peasley of Friday Har
bor, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Jones.
Mrs. A. Jones and Mrs. Fred
Peasley were callers at the Bots
ford home Sunday afternoon.
SOUTH END NEWS
Everyone had a fine old time last
Wednesday night at Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. King's charivari.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. King left
Thursday for Seattle.
Mrs. B. Jefferies has been having
some dental work done this week.
IV rs. Munro and A.iss L. Lawson
called on Mrs. R. Rosier Saturday
Miss Louise Mordhorst is visiting
with relatives here.
Wm. Rosier was laid up Sunday
with a very bad cold.
• THE SEATTLE POST-INiELUGEwuR
Seventh Annual Bargain Day
- February 28th, 1913
Unexcelled Combination Offers of High-Class Magazines
Offer No. It ; Regular Price. \ _ .
Good Housekeeping or Hearst's Magazine. 81 50 Bargain
(State which one) •■■..•»« Day Rate
Pott-Intelligencer ...........* 86.00 ( rtjf* OK
Total Regular Price ]. $7.50) tPV««A
Offer No. 2: Regular Price. V
Uncle Remus' Magazine ....; . $1.00
The Family Magazine 25 Bargain
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Farm ft Home 50 »ay Ka*e
Agricultural Epitomist '. 25 d*ET A/\
Poet-Intelligencer .. 6.00 JpD.UU
• Total Regular Price ................$8.50
Offer No. 8: . \- t Regular Price.
The Westerner , ....... $ &0 Bargain
The Ranch .....;........... 60 f Day Rate
The Pacific Poultrymaa .. ... . . ........... 50 ) I TZTL
Post-Intelligencer .. $6.00 V (C^l Qi|
Total Regular Price.................57.50
Offer No. 4: \ v"; ■;-:,'*'•* : ' ..■
Post-Intelligencer. Regular Price. Bargain Day.
Dally and 5unday......... $6.00 £4 SO
Daily only (without Sun.) .. 4.00 . S§s
Sunday only ............ 1.50 2LOO
All m»guine often include om r«Vi ■abwsrtpUon to ttch mngn«ln«
mentioned in each offer. -
Offers on nMl*a* cannot be •jillt. Th« combinations are exactly as
Is desir* d!* and *tate in off No*^ wbeth« Hea«f aor Good Housekeeping
ff»o°"ir* n h f i,andi 8 ln^ de Dall? r and Bwn««>y »«ltion« of the Post-XnteUl-
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John Likens returned to Belling
Mr. and Mrs. Georce Heidenrich
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence and Ernest Belleview
attended the dance at Mitchell bay
Many attended the reading circle
Ernest Belleview called on Victor
Frank Sunday afternoon.
A. Thrones called on Wm. Rosier
John Archambault spent Sunday
with his mother Mrs. Archambault.
This is the season of the year
when mothers feel very much con
cerned over the frequent c Ids con
tracted by their children, and have
abundant reason for it as every cold
weakens the lungs, lowers the vital
ity and paves the way for the more
serious diseases that so often fol
low. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is famous for its cures, and is pleas
ant and safe to take. For sale by
Friday Harbor Drug Co.
FOR SALE—For a limited time,
160 acres of good agricultural land
near Friday Harbor, some good tim
ber, and water by a clear, ne"ver
failing running brook, invaluable
to a dairy or chicken ranch, as well
as for a permanent home. About
20 aces swale land, well adapted
for clover and timothy meadow.
Specially priced at $1,000.00,
$350.00 cash. $150.00 one year and
$500.00 five yeais, with 7 per cent
interest; Can pay all or any por
tion at any time sooner. Can be
made worth double the price with
small expenditure of time and mon
ey. A rare opportunity for an in
dustrious, thirfty person to acquire
a home, which will increase in
value with the growth and develop
ment of the country. Address Own
er, P. O. Box 1829, Seattle, Wash.
Send Now F "~ j!L
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IN THE DELUGE
The Deluge Rightly Understood
Was an Act of Mercy, Deliv
ering Man From Slavery.
Pastor Russell's Interpretations Unlock
Bible Mysteries—Dark Statements
Made Luminou* —Lucifer by Rebel
lion Became Satan —How His Evil
Example Was Permitted to Test ths
Loyalty of All the Holy Angels.
heard Pastor Rus
sell today at Me
morial Hall. He
spoke twice. We
report his dis
course on the Del
uge from the text,
"The flood came,
and took them all
away." — Matthew
I continue to
§my subject of a week ago at
iklyn. I am confident that many
ou keep in touch with my week
ly discourses through the newspa
pers. Last Sunday we considered the
physical causes which led to the Del
uge, and found them most reason
able, in full harmony with history
and geology. Today we consider the
Deluge from a different standpoint.
We shall show from the Bible why
God permitted the Deluge, and that
He was fully justified in blotting out
humanity, except Noah and his family.
The Pastor showed that Adam, cre
ated perfect, could have maintained
that perfection by continued obedience
to his Maker. When Satan obsessed
the serpent and guided it to eat the
forbidden fruit, he produced a tempta
tion. Eve saw that the serpent was
not poisoned by that fruit, but that it
was the wisest of the animals. She
thought increased wisdom would make
her husband and herself like gods. •
Only the Divine command stood be
tween her and the highest ideals. She
partook of the fruit and recommended
it to Adam. He knew that death would
surely follow disobedience; but he pre
ferred to die rather than to be separat
ed from Eve.
Disobedience led to expulsion from
Eden, and the gradual execution of the
sentence, "Dying thou shalt die."
Adam died within the thousand-year
Day in which he ate—nine hundred
thirty years old. His race inherit
his dying tendencies. Humanity are un
der the curse of death, said the Pastor.
The Deluge a Deliverance.
Pastor Russell proceeded to show
that according to the Bible the Deluge
was a blessing in disguise. Mankind
had gotten into slavery, and would
have been wiped out by a new race,
most peculiarly intruded upon human
ity. The Bible states that this race
consisted exclusively of tnales, propa
gated by the human female. These
were giants, "men of renown."
The fallen race, he continued, were
unable to cope with the superior
strength of the intruders. Robbed of
their wives and daughters, and com
pelled to drudge for their new masters,
mankind found life a burden. The
new race was vicious, brutal, immoral.
The Bible declares, "The earth was
filled with violence." Noah, however,
was of pure Adamic stock—"perfect in
his generations." See Genesis 6:4-11.
The Pastor declared that we have
not studied the Bible carefully enough.
The origin of the giants is clearly told
there. Satan, a glorious angel, deflect
ed to sin because of ambition, thought
to establish a separate empire on earth.
If he could become master of the first
pair, their children would be his sub
When Satan perceived humanity
growing weaker 'under the curse, he
formulated a new plan. To the angels
permission had been given to help hu
manity. These possessed the power to
materialize. Satan suggested the be
getting of a new race, with human
mothers. To these, the angels could
Impart their own virility.
The Pastor then showed that the
children of this illicit union were gi
ants, renowned at a time when man
| kind rarely reached maturity earlier
than a century. Genesis 6:4 proved
j that these bestial giants filled the earth
Hope For the Antediluvians.
Pastor Russell pointed out that these
giants^ cannot be Included in the re
demptive work of Jesus, who died only
for Adam's posterity. (1 Corinthians
15:22.) The antediluvians of Adam's
race have the same hope of a resurrec
tion that the remainder of mankind
have. This means, he said, a hope of
Restitution, to the perfection lost In
Eden. This hope rests on God's prom
ise that all the families of the earth
shall be blessed in Abraham's Seed,
"which Seed is Christ"—Jesus, the
Head, and the Church, the members.
In the Messianic Kingdom the Seed
will accomplish the blessing foreordain
ed. St Paul says, "If ye be Christ's,
then are ye Abraham's Seed, and heirs
according to the promise."
Next Sunday Pastor Russell will
show what penalty Divine Justice .has
imposed upon Satan and his angelic
rebels. Those not in touch with any
of the hundreds of newspapers pub
lishing his sermons are invited to drop
him a card to Washington Temple or
Brooklyn Tabernacle, if they desire
further reading matter.
Old Trusty Incubators
A. J. Wright is agent here for
Ue famous Old Trusty incubators
and brooders, made at Clay Center,
Neb., by the well-known M. M.
Johnson, who "pays the freight."
Mr. Wright has used one of thes«
incubators and knows what they
can do. He has one on exhibition
at his paint store, and if you are
interested he would like you to call
and see it and have its advantages
Picked up adrift, near Point
Lawrence, Rosario strait, a ecow
beaiing the name of "Lazy of Ana
cortes." Owner can have it upon
payment of salvage charges by ap
plying to the undersigned.
T. E. Rogers
Doe Bay, Wash., Peb. 2. 1913.
FOR SALE--Two prize-winning
Pekin Drakes $2.50 each, and one
Registered Jersey Cow, 3 years old
at $100.00. Write or see rre at
3t. A. R. Gra\es, Orcas. Wash.
FOR SALE—At a bargain, or
will trade for real estate. Gaso
line launch. 45x10, 35 h. p.. 4-cylin
der Atlas engine. In first-class con
dition. Address Geo. A. Jenkins,
414 High street. Bellingham, or
call at Sehome wharf cigar stand.
Notice to Tax Payers
All persons, when coming to pay
their taxes, are requested to brirg
a description of their property or
old tax receipt. By so doing you
will save time, both for yoursevles
and the treasurer.
B. O. Cahail
My wife, Florence Chevalier,
having left Stuart island without
my consent, and against my will, 1
hereby give notice that I will not
be responsible for any debts incur
red by her in my name, or in her
own name, on and after the 28th
day of January, 1913.
4-t-p. Birt Chevalier
All the news, all the time. Look
for it in the Islander.
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I Price-Cutting that Seems Impossible
sßut It Is True
SWE NEED THE MONEY I
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| We must have Cash to meet our Bills, and we want •
oit now. That's why we have cut the price on every 2
0 article in our store to far below the cost to us. @
• <fc^*> flrtft OF MEN'S AND BOYS' . %
« W& +J ■VV W CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS &
ft to select from. No old stock bought for sale purposes, 1
$ but new fresh merchandise in standard makes. Here *
$ is what we are doing: ' a
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• 15c Black Sox for . 5c 10.00 Men's Suits,4,.Bs •
» 75c Dress Shirts, 16c 15.00 Men's Suits, T. 85 §
I 50c PresidentSuspendervllc 20.00 Men's Suits,9.Bs '%.
% 75c Underwear, . 3>?c 30,00 Men's " ±2.75 I
| 2.50 Silk&Lisle Undrwr, 1.28 6.00 SUp-ons, - 1.98®
t ' ~ " '—■ •
» All broken lines of goods are being sold as low I
» as one fourth their real values. *
• IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRAVEL A LONG
• WAY TO ATTEND THIS SALE I
• KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES as low as any other makes I
1 BELLINOHAM JACOBS BROS, BELUNGHAM •
Morse Hardware Co.
1025-1039 Elk Street.
28 Years in Business. Bellingham, Wash.
POWDER COST KCDUCED
Per case in Ton lots
Giant 20 per cent Eureka Stumping Powder $4.50
Giant 3-20 Anti-Freezing Stumping Powder 5.00
Powder will do more execution
when the ground is soft
Special Powder boats will make the Island run carry
ing Explosives about every two weeks. —Rates reasonable.
:n"E"W ti:m:e table
City of Anacortes
In Effect April 15
.Leave Friday Harbor each day 7:00 a.m., ex. Sunday, for Anacortes
and Bellingham, touching on flag only at Lopez, Shoal Bay Quarry
and Port Stanley, arriving Anacortes at 9:30, Bellingham 11:15.
Returning, leave Bellingham 2:00 p. m., Anacrrtes 3:45 p.m., arrive
Friday Harbor 6:15 p. m.
KORMAIN L. DRIGGS, Owner and Mas!er
C. J. SANDWITH, D. V. S.
PHONE 200. FRIDAY HARBOR
DR. L. A. RUDOW
Office rooms: Bank Building, Friday
Harbor. Hd.'-s 9to 12 and 1 to 5.
HOW TO PULL
A most valuable pamphlet. Tells,and
illustrates how to clear stump land at the
lowest known cost per acre by devices
just perfected. Free to owners of stump
lands who send me their names.
John A.Gorman, 1112 Western Ave.,Seattle
DR. F. J. VAN KIRK
Special Practice Limited
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
CLOVRR BLK.. RKLLFNUHAM
DR. CARL M. ERB
Special Attention to Diseases of the
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Rooms 304 and 205. Alaska Building,
Office 'Phone, Sunset Main 1634. Residence-
San Joan Lodge F.& A. M.
Meets on the first and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in Masonic hall.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
VAN E. SARGENT, W. M»
C. E. HACKETT, Secy.